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   Pocahontas Democrat  (Newspaper) - December 21, 1922, Pocahontas, Iowa                                 «If i.cui Uept, oí lon^  /  ÚT  (t  c  O! TR IAL COrSTV !'A¡'¡:[;  ! ; ( ■  i>»C \!i  ( "t % lA , 1. \. 1 I! I  \ (M.!  /  E!(.';ini)r l'aci' A'tr!.- .'.uiíiinl :ii n  \V.;,l;,r .!,;v ¡ii : f . r ■ ^ i: ■ ' ^ ''  a:; Klcaiin- 1' > v.- ■ , '  tho yar:l I^; 1,. r !;, ••  l'llO tli:.t (ii ■ i, "  ill the molli II. S'; • w.i ¡L \ ' ,  loìllly t(, thr- ,■!,!.i - : 111 W: i., ;, ' '  ilaze.l C(i:iil¡;;' m I' . n¡, 11 . ' ' ' ^  :.f;tr. SI;- xva tal:. , t'. il,-. oO'ico Mìii upi.H ,'X:iMi;;;atli':! il \v:i ■ ' '' found tìì;;.t 1;;" lian e il i-Jl t.'-'i '  cr tliD'c (if li r l. '■.il ■r\i\ ìiii .-.m: .'i ,m! .  01 two' iiìo)'r' ¡II : ucli a way a - in iii;,\'â  il necc.;,-:'! 11¡C¡M iiirl'cd. II,-.  Koiilor t,i)'.>k ali X r.-'.y . i' t'i"' .-u!- ui'  lier facc l>nl l'aui'<; il.:' I.onr.: v:. '-'  brckqii. .Sili' 'il.;- liaii .a \'. ry niifUlil ;'ni| favi- .a'ira W.a'ia -  day cviMiliif it w. v ry t,-i.liv :■■>', ' !■■ If'li, lurwcvcr ii i.; al lii' |,!i- ■ 'it tal '' fa'Itiliii alili;;- in a", ,,d iiap, . Sia  i ; tUa (ì.:iu;.-Ul> r . f 'Ài;-, ai 1 ài , . li; -vy Pa.ce of ijiia liia-a a i ai> aa •.■¡ai' ycai';~ aid. , 'l'ii ai.iay r a a- ; .n' 111' f. illily will lie ylaa i a f i > ,!)■ t liaa-a will Ik; lio .-.'riu'i..- ra-,a¡;. r¡- la '.¡i.. accident.  i\lissi(iit at Sis l'ctcr ;.U'l I\'.ul's  \ l'I  A  .1 - l'A l'i: or \  1 <1 I III' i 'ropl.,' ni low ,1 ;  -li \K !■;  - ^ I ) .. - .  M.\Zi.M':s ¡Ìiil NOT  Taa lav.-, ?via",aaiii' cl'o;! ri' ti' ! 'aa- al di'i :a l, \ ¡ , i ; ¡i i.' wa .1: ^Va aa^ a a a i..;;; ;;i .¡ l!,- 'aai 'a o!' l'i '' 1-1 ', ful pr" ; ¡aa,' ;l w'ai;. ilu ' ' , l'a a !■ á laaaa; i,,,i ( i- ta ' i i a 11'' ; i' ' ('alitili" ra 1; i:a a n' ' ■ ■ la Ta r i 'i;' M, :a ' '■ ■ 1 'f '  ....... n..........  ''o;;iily I) ca!::: í'aiitaít  ir :a  a. ' iiKil a.  >.'a!i  ,t a  ;' ■ nal d 111' a  ¡;a  '1 t h  .vipil,- liav,. ai, '., i (•, a m1 i ;aa a i a al' til - ;.;l' "a tiia i-aiai ha : la riVar! ia li, ¡ a 'wba Waia a^ i ak lili, ,;al. , ' i; y I 'aNa ;, ■  l'a  1 ¡'ai  C'a,  Tía' Ci ua I y di c'/ia ai i i'y r, al,.' I. v. a -' l i'M al L.uir'-.i •• on I)••••.  latía Tba ..alaai' ' fi'aai Fo.|,; I.a-.i-i a.', ri' ver. ['".' i;, ,al.;i i. líaif.'. li a a i '1 \V : i'a v.-''i'a i-.,¡ii', ai •''!.  In lila ( Iraiarical ala. a K';r! Vaini-a-a n ai' laiuran,-, W'ia Ta-.;! |i!'<'a ar.d  ,11 \  ll.,iar  ,iad Ila  a;  l'ia.  '..a ira t,-hiil i'L ia I  P  Rov. , I'll. A. Kva-aiia:!, a lUait i,i,a tüi'i.st, Jli.-í.-iaiiary falilai-, j,;' '.^ivini;' i'  Misaioii al St. retar ;iml i'aal'.' (auha- Kinr-ne Clark af Kalfa wa.: aacaal. lai.i.-. hm ii ,, i'a:' aii ci M" n  lit churcii thia.,W(-k.^ Tlia Mi-aá,,, 1 )ramal!,<: claa,^ Mary Cil- tha ;.t:aa;. I.arau ■ liia p:' ,p!.,  opened on last Siiiuhiy and will 'co;*- '''' 1''<'C'hont.-a; won fii-,;t place mora ,iaav,a,ratHa, ai, !' t;;ily .Vaa  tinue until 'iiexl Sund'iy. Fatho'.' ''"''"^i' Leveiie uf AVai-e raceive-l c;^! U,an iho ,i' .ili a. avai-.'v.'. ii '  K.vasnica ííivc;; a :;ermon <-ach evci- 1'lace. ; lli caantry. Tia. j'.iat iha,; tlia-  i\a  tila 11  a a ,1 a î \ 11 I, ¡irax a'li. va.'i, a III) ' i,. ' l'';ii I'N'ia'i'r,  i h.'ind di''d a • ri' i'lad ; I l''aaviav in til ha I ^  i na\- !'i , I. w ! a ' a",ai a  o'clock. He is .Hi lireha-i.; worker and. l'li)ver won firat place and caiac iii cai;l.,<'l with Siiu-r'",ik" .auip- <"tiiii oi laiiiii;', iia.uta a"a. wli ra ,,  an e.xcellcnt .ape, ¡an- and i.a well worlii I'^cile Ah-xaniier of L;iiiran.; won tli'^ ly cotildn'l i ndu a'a him a.ial tiait Ila y , I'''--- •"'iace nr.'ia har lanii" \',i;h h EoinR- m,a,ny miles io hear. ÌVla'a.s i.^ ■■^econd place. ' , dala.;!, Tla- N'ali.m and ali i!.^ ki'id uia ^'"i-  ,11 \  a a ,1 a î \ 11 I, ¡irax a'li. va.'i, a III) ' i,. ' l'';ii I'N'ia'i'r,  i h.'ind di''d a • ri' i'lad ; I l''aaviav in til ha I ^     1 '1 1 ' í : :,a la,',::    1 .;„! . .\ 1    i .'i. ria r "f        i.OCAl,    H \r!'i;M.N<;s          Il -la ' ; a.i 1 aa,;. ',1    ^d-' :!i" .......    lia 111' loi', 1        1 :i ;    r;. .,, : alai ne.' a'a," \'    ,lii".      , ,ai ; \. 1; ,ni (ani !i;    1, !.' ,' 1 V. ni    1 la'il eaiii-    tla !',,    II;,' .;re    lio';le l'ar t'i • !l,ali.    1 :y.      l'.l i "1; r, 1 ahi.' al.ra    ;da.a' ' tl.ait ' t!    -•y aantl'.    lo laix    , t!a, r;:i    .id,',' a;ri i;p phato 11    lad;      •V. 1 t . 1) .(,, ¡11 a'aldlS    ' 11,',a", alêne, 1    , 111" ivii . I    aa St r    at lini: ,n's              !ai ;ia.! v.-.iri liy    i':iu w; reinan    if.'iaa;: ai    ' ,Mr.    :;ial .-Mr    '. .1 ,1. .■\I','C:irtaa    ;t;a      ', Sil,' v.a; tia- :i    ilraïa'a ,,1'    tila al'.aîl.    i':,iai'y    N ;, Iti il    ai !-'i.ad;i ma r ¡-un          uiiini"-- M . t-T tlait    " 1 na,, n lue! 1 ;i    , y l;:iva    .Mi. ;    l'.el tll-:l    l>o\',el.', vi.iti'l al    li"i      o'i aa- d',!". it nata    an.' ol' the la:    l„-i di' tile."    laetla    r li'ini'    i'i .'-ia iix liapid--    a\aa     '.etlarn. y tav da' ,, ¡t nat i Siiii.l..y.  cdobratcd every niorniu.i;- at 8 and ''■il'^lii'i''^'.' "I' rocalio:ita,s wa.a douhta lly arcounl,. far 'I'lie N'.-r.ia;,  9:30 o'clock. The eiivht o'clock Ma'a - hiM-iiei^ individual honor.s reciv- pul.iiahmtr Snu'naake'a v'ci'u-' .a'.tack  ioHowcd l.y a .^ernio;i in Knfcli.sli first .place over all. an llieni.  and the 9:30 o'clock Ma.-;:-; i.s followed conte.at wa;i one of the fiiia  by a sermon'in Bohemian. held by the County Oratorical  On next Sunday ni;fht al 12 o'clock ¡^'pil Uk' individual.^ ta^ i: " will be celebral^cd a mi;lai;.;'ht Ma;---. PiU't i" t-'i'-^'c« nte.<t are to be com'  On Chri.stmri« d,ay the fiiiit Ma.s.s will execellent manner in wli'a-.i  be at 8 o'clock and tlie .-^ecinid at 10:30. ■ li:"»"'-'! »-heir .subject  Vosper Kcrvice will be bald at thre.-. I '¡''"'^e above named will now be on o'clock in the afternoon.  -D-  Jo.seph Kopriva lJi';;d  Jo.sepb Kopriva, an ohi time res!, dent of thi.',; vicinity pa;-.scd a'way on lost Wc<incsday niorii;inK. Ho was <>  Chri.^tmas ih y ar in lov.'a will he .rier than any (.'hri.-^tma.a for sav-I ai 1 yi\ir.-i. ''Iowa i.: ncovei inj.; fniiu Liia pii.st-w.'u' depr'ia: ian m .re r.-ijiidly tliaii m;iny of ih',' othei- .state.-. Tiie dominant .-piril hare iia.s alwayis Ix'a.i  titled to take part in the next atep ^ ^'''^V '' '  H'lod will tov.a.r.l in"n." |.'aw lowa i  are .atrur^lini;-. 'i lio.','e who ara ¡mvei"  ty ;-Arii'k. n will Ue remanib ri.<l oa  ip. the State Oratorical cont.e.'^t. |  ------n_:------!  K li i-: 1' I N G S T I.: I'  - -.....- 1) - -  Spotted l'ulaiid Chiii.'i Sale  .1. IÎ. Sicfkin Sa.n, liv'iiur twa ni¡'( w(';,<t and two soiitli of llilmara CÍ  '.etlarn. y tav da' ,, ¡t nat i Siiii.l..y.  iî. 1 i f I'',aula, en,'>:in.'i'r al.  (Sia.iii'd) !•;. K K.N MA I,I.. Ih.-il |>l:..-in I In:, in- la':-.'.  ( lav.'rrair T'aa. day.  ......- - - ------------------, .V. S. Haak'aaii an;l ¡\Ii,'' M'i'');'.'  \VA¡;i': .SCIIOO!, NOITIS Aria mí v,ai a l'in |lod:':e v'itai-: ha-1  T!iiir.-d;i\'.  will hold their fir.,-; ;':ila of Spattad' "" '''i''''''."'' e V,'! i i a).,-, D.'C IK. War .M ,•. V. ('. I ¡". at u a e,' lia; li.'en help-  Poland China ho;.;,- :am^'linie in the i'''pi''', ''"I .'U i v, ,, t,. tla- Caua- ¡a,;,; ila' S-'ìii'Si 1 .tare (lu'.ine: (he  near future. The hof;- ara t lia roiii'-a.- "y, l>eelam;.l,ary cont.'.-.t at l.iillivn. .lailaliiy nah.  br"d,a ;ind are (.aa ,,(' fha final lie i d , ' '.f-vi'ii- took ,,ae, a i I i n d r;: ma i ia. l.i.a,,,. Klaplant',, Claw:',-- and all  in thi:i part-of tin- country. Walc.i' '"'" ■'''"'"I «'iiialran ina paiaaia- Xniaa willi Shirley Ma'-oa. i for full i>:irlicul;:i> in a l/iier i i u- , i' Pn'!':ram to ha -iv . y;,.. a.,,,] M,,,.. " \v. ],. Wil.aon from  liii.s paper. ' ^''i' •'d, ü C aimunii.\', ('hri;'t na'a, tr', laa'r I'lover we;-.' visitiai.; rehitive.s i;i -  —n------- "" y 1 vaniii,.;, Dec. li 1. t.'>"n Tue.mlay.  " '"'I- ■ -ITVO'I "Ul I., lua k j.-, A. .M,.:h-olin. and Alfred Cadd of  'l''ri(.n<llv I'inei  a( Itili e  ÌChriilmas .lay by those an whom , | The W.mian'a CU;irof Rolfa hav. w::,'!;. "" I;;;';, iT '^^^  |tun<. has shone ni'il-a b,-i;rhlly. Tia'; booked thru the IJ."dp:.th-V:i'>vlm'' The S.'a io r Cf-i ■ larvju' r <■, i'*' ""\V'l'l "^'l ■ ir  I.)W I's superb recM'd in the I.iber'y ^ ciiur.ahe.,., civic and paUa.ti-: o;;.'ani- airency. t.he plav "Frii ndlv Mnemie" ' ,d fl'c'ra! -ra.. ' ' ' ' ,'' ""Idm.'í a liaf auc-  " lai". lii'i :aila at h,',,a(oi-;' in Vanni, pro-  i;ae.ird : hows tha jiara) .>l-y (o <|ii;il,'njc bnain-  (l^y Fr.-ink Mile;-)  brother of John Kopriva of thi;; city. ''''^'C-'- due to a vielanL sy : zalior;.. are liyir:¡;- up to lli ir t' aiii-  Mr. Kopriva. until a'oout one year ano. ÍinHicted on, ih" ,.nif-| lions and ideals in the"'w:iy iliey ::r;  woo n ------- I—1. ---1 ferijit;'_j)otiulaco by the fathrr cf Han-i p!;.iinii;;r to .bu rve-ih'^ a a.-'iai La'  that tims ha.w been fadiHK , rapidly ' ...... , • i i ■ i-i i r i ; ;i- ■  ' , , ,' . , nu'iiidar of iie Amanca.n l.ejrion. wh'> ; lii'ipar (.hr,.-.|,mas f:ir liim il la  unti Wc'dne.'.iday niornin;r ol thi.s week " " ■ , ,• . c ,  has --0 "vialanllv ( eaianded" a b'.'mus la.e,-- sonu lliuig- lor ..tn.')';,. '  when he pa:,;:>£d away. Ilo wa.s a .' , , ,  . , , , ,,, 1 r 1 , , lowa'.i:- are a h;i .'1 e rc--  smg-leunan, a.lUicu;;-h (,f ab'iut 60; , ■ i  „ ,, ' , , ' t' i. (";1, ie'a"ra.",l na;;-.ant.-- 1.1 hicl, t'  vcavs of ag'o. Ho operated a darm '  C"oi)','es ( ■lami, ivi .1," . Ti.e,' r of  south of the 'county home ber of years. The funeral placo Friday moriiini-V from St. Poter u'luli Paul's C;rtholic church aiiid int«i  laare th:i:i mandicant ac ideniia.;, Iowa  , ^ ni riinrnc i a.-, n  , .„ , , ■ r. 1 ri; ople reek Willi th" odo;- of manure . ; ■ .  ment .\v;ll be mj<Ie in Calvary cenie- ' ' . ! Wcu ld. i !ial aanlinieal is for ii ace--  . ; iind i:ire ol sueh a .;hoc.kui.!!;ly low na-j , ' , . , '  tC'l-y. I , V , r -J , iastiii!-'; ix-ace, and ae.-ains.l a,nv move  Mure thev aie pnaal of it. i , , ■. m  -D--i T T 1 ,1 1 what .'•:()<'ve I' tba.t iiiif';nt uane-ci a.-anl'.  „. , c. I I'm i-v -'i 1 a' ji han J. Smcrlcnke roakes the-e i ' . n  Hiirh School Play a Dccidt-d Success . , . -i n, i i l'i ace (,ne coiintrvia a war l'l:e alt'-  _ . Charn-as in his article, "lov.'a: Ai' ^ , , .  11-^ iluic toward aivilh -r- counlrv. 'Ihis  ■ rill  wdiicli will be pres.aited at tlie Ro'f"' 'i'he :fai,d-"c,  .......-I, --arv Why iK^tliav.: a fainilv picUiro ma,d,3  think t-aa will he iin excellent atlnu^ , ay „unn,, t^v . pa: I six _we.1ca: diirinK the holidays, at: St r-hnian's  eimneiil lîroadway piayerií ol ta"' .'Mici. Snow, h rane.- .loaia'aii. T,T[lia' ■''Ji.' j.' iviur'fay f»;!..! ¡i«''.a-,,a,:a'  h'ivia';-t typa,.who wa under, taial, ar.' Sp.'ny, Cladj-a Triiabla. Kanaat'i l'i. ,¡i a ;."a('ial day. vi.'il al, hi;; f riii  in l'AVa for two weak;;. Uolfci.' vary 'l'rinihla. l'ivaiyn lleai-iak; . l'il; ia I.''- ;'outh\s'e;T of De., .Maine:;.  fr,rluii:it(> t.o be ahi" to hi\'e tlian;. \ "ne. liai, n .M ; l'rcha'lc, ,M;i r.ioii,. \V '. l , Air. I'd 11 .loa.a',ai l'i .lai ne.'ir P Ini-iMaiice" ha: reUirned, lii.^ i^i.e^chaa en-, the" pat rana)-,, of Pa'li .1 ha ,n. l'il.lora Aü;';. llavel I, • ar va. :i Inaia";;' e;d!"r ¡n l'oci.iion-  ' the l'ofadiontas peo|)Ie at the pl.'iy. ; vi aa. i:|i..ar M ai'1 ii r;';, ,liiitli Tii'idìl.'. la,-; oii .''iloiid.-.y of thi,; w' ale.  Tiekel:; $1 for îi.I.iiII< aial r,Oc fo", Janìe;; |).-.v|it. W'ilsan lli-.-iak, Vi'iTi ,M r. :.i;i| M ir. Will l'ai;« - and on.,  lii  ,i.i;u il jiiiiu . , II- r • 1 I ìanea la'.- ra.uiat; f - wha' ' iiopu a.lion a; ol a.;i , inleiiai- .... , . for a num-; _ , , thu; i;i,-.lu'aliv acclan , , s <'|.¡V!Pex as conipia;-,';! v.aln laNiorni ■ ral will take. -i ,. , ; tc.rlv condemnad b\' „, r> I '-' t.'s. riie c.il;";;'e-' ber.p ar."'.notali;;: ; ' ' ..... ■ ........ ................. abou. tue aentiinen, ,,|aa¡,.,.„ .„„i ,^'111 l)a on ;;;ih> al'll'" Al.'l'iK. l ! rrold Sii.'rry, ( )rvi!!e 11 w, (>,"::!'!. of ii, If", were viaiiimi wAi  ' Í' ■ X,cl:e Hi'U^r star,;, l.iee. Ll.'îr.l. „ley, Puby W'oi.din, lioy Triinbl,', Dor- ra'a'iv", in oar <aty, Sunday.  iinvl 'ay, soiae, hii-olli' r:;. Ill' iiiU; I now know more aboul the aentiine.nt  . The play "Katcha Koo" put on ' Mai tjia;':ed Ehlorado." in The Nation Mot'.day and Tuea.ilay eva'aiiiK-'^ of ^ " r Dec, 13. He clo.'iod bis addle this week by the public school in the A>atc<l <ii;'.-ertal'on by "xpro;-; imr (he HiRh School auditorium, was a d.e- liape that "Io-;v:; peas;int.s," like tliose , eided .succes.s in every v/ay. ' iin iii!s:da. .\vill soon see the lif-hl aiul  The play, a Musical Comedy, wa;s ! ' •■ike the shackles from tliemselve;-. excellent and the parti were rander-' Smeilenke was ir.anajrinfr oditoi- <>'' ill! a most pleasiiiir wa.y by the pupils, ' the Ci inell ^Ilc view for tv/o and a 'and the larjre and appr'.;ei,alive au li-, h;.'f, y^naa l.'M.O-'il, a,i;! "iv-a.s publicity ..enee were deli;;hifu!ly ciiierta'.u d. ! di.eat >.■ (f the Orin'-ll Fiid.owme.a'. It would be a difficult matter to A:'; d. 1 fe is now'a Ìec,ui''er ait Hunter, pick out any individual, :»id say th it ! ol!e;>;e, New York Oily. The. Ueviow they were the bc.st- so wcil were the ''I's di:'co;':r:ur<1 vhilo lie \yas . .a, pai'ts rendered'^by frith one of tlie ac- ■ ■'i-'a"'! '. hici' m-d ' liim excruiiatiiiR-tor.s and uctrcs.scs. ;1\ i ( "vi h. .Uo '-fell dov.-n" cii all the  The musical numbers v.-or» v'iv.l-;'--. .vork a, ;'"-a" ' to hhn at the colletr;  doe.-; not m.-aii that .•\nieriva is totally blind to .iuatic;. for pe-jpl" in (.'llie; nations nor thai ..\nierica is not' al ways ready to throw its inilue.'ace oa the sixle of ri;;'lit. lait il d .as inran tluit ..Vnieric:'. will };o with honor furtlier pas... bly th ii any other li i-lion in th.e world to adju I dilficuilie; without w;'ir. The l'"r'. nehniaii .stimulated thouj.';ht to a niarlci,'1 d,e,!-;-i-ea, and \\iie;.her wo ajcrae uilli him i-¡-not, nUir t (,'á us fe .1 tiial lii;-.vi.;it and utt(;,!'::.nc(:a diti a. l-'t of >;ood.  '^ífís Váortñ White  The day of impractical ¡iiCl« has pa.'iiicil.  Gone ¡H the time when trinkets were aceeptablo as fiifts. 'iVday something like jewelry, ^omethinK both useful anil bi^aiitiful, is the ideal Christnia.-' Gifts. Tt,.  I '  r, prci.iHy dee.s ¡hi.; nisv.- order of the day apply id jev/elo'. We're proud of our present selection Our one i':!<ti has hi'en to a.«s;enible an abundant stocl: of popular price;! articles of jewelry—sold to you by a r( liable jewelry store—where quality is never sac-" rificed for price.  Everythin;:: in jewelry i;i here waitinj; for your in^pectioa.  JOS. SCHOOFS, Jewelei-  " Where Gems and Gold are FairJy Sold"  e Wis  O-i'taiii !f-s'..ylad i)r.,,inol: rs ol s))')rl'; ara Irvinu' V'J arr ni^e a mi::"'! matah between .J;i<'k Demp,-:e..-. world's chi.mpi'in liea.vyw ;ii';lit ju;.'. li t, aivl ".Staaii^i^ler" I,ewl. . pivniier lu avy-weii^ht wresllor. Diiricu'ty in f:ad-iii'C a pLaci for the b'ul to b„. lieM i-lisir.j;- eac lunteivil. parh'p:-; I,,\va •V'.i.i't ev. ;i la; con.sidered b;it, if th'r ■tt:te i-liiiidd, be.. tl;-2 people Ikmo ..--bruld not do any stuttai'in;< in letliii,';- tlie. wor'al know ih .t til s is no place for  aail tumbles."  -------,  A t';le;,h;;:;io polo wa;'. pla,c':d am.?.: a ¡a'dewalk i;i Far:.Iianiv'iil:; one iiicr'it. 1 .St week for a .iol-r.. Uev Piak"ra-.i;ill of that p'::;.ce stur.'bicd over I,he, l.tde aad .„tistained s';v: ral brokaii ribs and olaa-r br;^'-;.,';. Me w'la ciir-ryia;': a el-,!'-! (,n hii ,a:'i;i :tl the iiiee a.n<l did ivii aoticç the p; le layiii;^ acro,-.- Uu; walk.  Ygu have a pood chance now v/hile the folk:s .ar<,y homo for' the holiday: to have the family !ir<,vip photo made at Strathman'.s.  and hope you have made it an  c  If you have not, it is not too late yet  There will be a meetin,''; of the La.kc Tov.'iuship Farm Bureau, Saturday eveaiiii.^, December 23rd at the home of; B. F. Stallcup.  Mrs. Smith rctiirned to her homo at Des Moines hi;-;t Thur;;day aft-or a i'Shoiit vi«t at the home of Mr. and S,Mvs. A, R. Smith. Mrs, Sniith is the Iformer'.H 'mother. '  J. T/ LAHOWETZ, Proprietor  if  mi  i|faíMtKgü8*MÉ  ' '1 . "o  „i M,   

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